Volume 91 2006

Logos of Phenomenology and Phenomenology of the Logos. Book Four

The Logos of Scientific Interrogation. Participating in Nature-Life-Sharing in Life

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ISBN: 978-1-4020-3736-8 (Print) 978-1-4020-3737-5 (Online)

Table of contents (22 chapters)

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  1. The Interrogative Logos of Discovery

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      Pages 3-20

      Scientific Knowledge and Human Knowledge

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      Pages 21-37

      Science in Mind: Exploring the Language of the Logos

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      Pages 39-44

      “Objective Science” in Husserlian Life-World Phenomenology

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      Pages 45-55

      Phenomenological Aspects of the Natural Coordinate System

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      Pages 57-65

      Alienation and Wholeness

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      Pages 67-80

      M. Heidegger’s Project for the Optical Interpretation of Reflexion: The Time, the Reflexion and the Logos

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      Pages 81-95

      “Phenomena” in Newton’s Mathematical Experience

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      Pages 97-104

      What Computers Could Never Do

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      Pages 105-118

      Sensible Models in Cognitive Neuroscience

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      Pages 119-136

      Philosophical Aspects of the New Evolutionistic Paradigms

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      Pages 137-150

      Phenomenology and Ecophilosophy

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      Pages 151-165

      Men in Front of Animals

  2. Societal Sharing-In-Life

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      Pages 167-168

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      Pages 169-190

      Toward a Cultural Phenomenology

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      Pages 191-202

      Contexts: The Landscapes of Human Life

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      Pages 203-217

      Schutz’s Conception of Relevances and Its Influence on Social Philosophy

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      Pages 219-226

      Demonstrating Mobility

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      Pages 227-245

      The Phenomenology of Self as Non-Local: Theoretical Considerations and Research Report

  3. Logos in Existential Communication (Psychiatry)

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      Pages 247-247

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      Pages 249-258

      An Existential-Phenomenological Critique of Philosophical Counselling

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      Pages 259-268

      Logos in Psychotherapy: The Phenomena of Encounter and Hope in the Psychotherapeutic Relationship

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      Pages 269-287

      The Meaningfulness of Mental Health as Being Within a World of Apparently Meaningless Being

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